When: 3:30 p.m. today
Records: BGSU is 9-15, Wright State is 12-12.
Radio: 1230 AM
BGSU notes: The Falcons have an opportunity to regain some confidence in this nonconference home game against an opponent that hasn t beaten a MAC team in five tries this season. BGSU post players Erik Marschall and Matt Lefeld will look to rebound from a bad shooting performance against Akron on Tuesday, when they combined to go 3-of-16 from the floor and inside the lane.
WSU notes: The Raiders and the Falcons have not played each other since Dec. 10, 1997, a Wright State win. BGSU leads the overall series 5-4. Wright State, third in the Horizon League, has three scorers averaging double figures, led by junior guard DaShaun Wood. Wood s 18.3 points per game is second in the conference.
On deck: Play host to Kent State at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
When: 7 p.m. today
Records: Eastern Michigan is 17-6, 11-1 MAC; Toledo is 9-13, 4-8.
Radio: 1230 AM.
First meeting: Eastern won 68-40 in Ypsilanti on Jan. 10.
EMU notes: Eagles have won 13 of their last 14 games and own a two-game lead over Western Michigan in the MAC West standings. Ryan Coleman is a lock for all-league honors, averaging 17.5 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 4.1 assists per game.
UT notes: With only two home games remaining in regular season, this one and a date against Northern Illinois Wednesday, Rockets are in must-win mode if they hope to land a home game in the first round of conference tournament. Junior Danielle Bishop s fourth point tonight will be the 1,00th of her career.
On deck: Play host to Northern Illinois at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Women: BUFFALO at BGSU
When: 1 p.m. today
Records: BGSU is 21-2, 12-0 MAC, Buffalo is 8-15, 3-9.
Radio: 88.1 FM
BGSU notes: The Falcons will try to keep their 16-game home winning streak, third longest in the country, intact against a team they beat by 27 points in their first meeting on Jan. 10. BGSU broke its recent habit of first-half slumps by scoring the first 13 points of the game against Akron. BGSU averages 70.1 points a game and no one has scored 70 points on the Falcons all year.
Buffalo notes: The Bulls hope to use momentum gained from snapping a seven-game losing streak on Tuesday with a one-point win over Miami. Sophomore forward Heather Turner shoots 62 percent from the floor in leading Buffalo with 13.8 points and eight rebounds a game.
On deck: Play host to Kent State at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
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